比较级: harder 最高级: hardest
比较级: harder 最高级: hardest
requiring great physical or mental effort to accomplish or comprehend or endure
e.g. a difficult task
nesting places on the cliffs are difficult of access
why is it sohard for you to keep a secret?
2.characterized by effort to the point of exhaustion
especially physical effort
e.g. worked their arduous way up the mining valley
a grueling campaign
spent many laborious hours on the project
set a punishing pace
e.g. hard dry rolls left over from the day before
4.unfortunate or hard to bear
e.g. hadhard luck
a tough break
5.resisting weight or pressure
e.g. took ahard look
7.(of speech sounds)
produced with the back of the tongue raised toward or touching the velum
e.g. Russian distinguished betweenhard consonants and palatalized or soft consonants
8.(of light) transmitted directly from a pointed light source
9.being distilled rather than fermented
having a high alcoholic content
e.g. hard liquor
10.given to excessive indulgence of bodily appetites especially for intoxicating liquors
e.g. ahard drinker
11.produced without vibration of the vocal cords
e.g. unvoiced consonants such as `p' and `k' and `s'
12.very strong or vigorous
e.g. strong winds
ahard left to the chin
a knockout punch
a severe blow
1.with effort or force or vigor
e.g. the team playedhard
workedhard all day
pressedhard on the lever
hit the ballhard
slammed the doorhard
2.to the full extent possible
all the way
e.g. hard alee
the ship wenthard astern
swung the wheelhard left
3.slowly and with difficulty
e.g. prejudices diehard
4.causing great damage or hardship
e.g. industries hithard by the depression
she was severely affected by the bank's failure
e.g. heldhard to the railing
6.earnestly or intently
e.g. thoughthard about it
staredhard at the accused
7.with pain or distress or bitterness
e.g. he took the rejection veryhard
8.very near or close in space or time
e.g. it standshard by the railroad tracks
they werehard on his heels
a strike followedhard upon the plant's opening
9.into a solid condition
e.g. concrete that setshard within a few hours
e.g. he drank heavily
Something that ishard is very firm and stiff to touch and is not easily bent, cut, or broken.
e.g. He shuffled his feet on thehard wooden floor...
e.g. Something cold andhard pressed into the back of his neck.
Something that ishard is very difficult to do or deal with.
e.g. It'shard to tell what effect this latest move will have...
e.g. She found ithard to accept some of the criticisms directed towards her and her work...
If you workhard doing something, you are very active or work intensely, with a lot of effort.
e.g. I'll workhard. I don't want to let him down...
e.g. Am I trying toohard?
Hard work involves a lot of activity and effort.
e.g. Coping with three babies is veryhard work...
e.g. ...ahard day's work...
If you look, listen, or thinkhard, you do it carefully and with a great deal of attention.
e.g. He looked at mehard...
e.g. You had to listenhard to hear the old man breathe...
If you strike or take hold of somethinghard, you strike or take hold of it with a lot of force.
e.g. I kicked a dustbin veryhard and broke my toe.
You can usehard to indicate that something happens intensely and for a long time.
e.g. I've never seen Terry laugh sohard...
e.g. It was snowinghard by then.
If a person or their expression ishard, they show no kindness or sympathy.
e.g. His father was ahard man...
e.g. Kate realized that the previoushard look on Maggie's face had been a mask.
If you arehard on someone, you treat them severely or unkindly.
e.g. Don't be sohard on him.
If you say that something ishard on a person or thing, you mean it affects them in a way that is likely to cause them damage or suffering.
e.g. The grey light washard on the eyes...
e.g. These last four years have beenhard on them.
If you have ahard life or ahard period of time, your life or that period is difficult and unpleasant for you.
e.g. It had been ahard life for her...
e.g. Those werehard times.
Ahard winter or ahard frost is a very cold one.
e.g. ...a prolonged period ofhard frost...
e.g. I am expecting a long,hard winter.
Hard colours or sounds are harsh or bright and unpleasant to see or hear.
e.g. The sea was ahard blue.
Hard evidence or facts are definitely true and do not need to be questioned.
e.g. He wanted morehard evidence...
e.g. There are probably fewerhard facts about the life of Henry Purcell than that of any other great composer since the Renaissance.
Hard water contains a lot of calcium compounds that stop soap making bubbles and sometimes appear as a deposit in kettles and baths.
Hard drugs are very strong illegal drugs such as heroin or cocaine.
In phonetics, ahard sound is one such as 'c' or 'g' as pronounced in the words 'cat' or 'give', and not as in the words 'cinema' or 'general'.
If one thing ishard by another, it is very close to it.
e.g. Paradise Street was a short, crowded street near the railway station andhard by the factory.
If you feelhard done by, you feel that you have not been treated fairly.
e.g. The hall porter was feelinghard done by at having to extend his shift.
If you say that something ishard going, you mean it is difficult and requires a lot of effort.
e.g. The talks had beenhard going at the start.
To behard hit by something means to be affected very severely by it.
e.g. California's been particularlyhard hit by the recession.
If someoneplays hard to get, they pretend not to be interested in another person or in what someone is trying to persuade them to do.
e.g. I wanted her and she was playinghard to get.
If someone ishard put to do something or, in British English if they arehard pushed to do something, they have great difficulty doing it.
e.g. Mr Morton is undoubtedly cleverer than Mr Kirkby, but he will behard put to match his popularity.
If youtake somethinghard, you are very upset or depressed by it.
e.g. Maybe I just took it toohard.
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A：I have to (take an exam/ finish the project/ studyhard this summer).
B：That’s too bad.
B：You‘ll have to wear thishard hat for the tour.
A：This one seems a little small for me.
B：Here, try this one.
B：In that class, we have to (take a test every day/ write a long paper/ read lots of books).
A：What ahard teacher!
1. hard and fast : 严格的；
2. hard by : 在近处；
3. hard upon : 接近于；
4. die hard : (旧习惯等)难改掉, 顽固；
5. be hard put to it : 陷入困境；
6. hard at it : 拼命工作, 工作卖力；
7. be hard pressed : 被紧紧追赶；
8. as hard as nails : 身体结实, 冷酷无情；
9. be hard done by : 受到不公平的待遇, 被苛待；
The infantry: hard, bare feet rhythmically kicking up the dust.出自：E. Waugh
English muffins which had been toasted in the morning and were as hard as cement.出自：E. Hardwick
误 I am hard to solve this problem.
正 I find this problem hard to solve.
He also does well in his exams because he works veryhard on his studies.
He played and practicedhard in the high school.
Howhard the volunteer worked to get more kids back to school!
Thehardest part about any task is getting started.
It didn't look thathard—just move your legs while you were standing.
It was sohard for her to accept this.
They can be cooked in lots of ways such as fried orhard-boiled.
It is between a rock and ahard place.
People shouldn’t push their kids sohard.
Try to be relaxed and don’t hold the pencil sohard.
Use ofhard drugs is increasing as a result of these drugs becoming cheaper and easier to buy.
It's nothard to imagine a similar reversal happening in London.
It's not ashard for them to transform their thought processes as it is for older students.
It ishard, the state argues, for judges to assess the implications of new and rapidly changing technologies.
"It's a reallyhard thing to do and it's a tremendous luxury that BuzzFeed doesn't have a legacy business," Peretti remarked.
Hard times may hold you down at what usually seems like the most inopportune time.
We will have to wait and see exactly how thesehard times will reshape our social fabric.
Having said all of the above, it's important to add that we shouldn't try toohard to be happy.
Law-school debt means that they have to work fearsomelyhard.
No one triesharder than the jobless to find silver linings in this national economic disaster.
If we are judging whether someone is dangerous, our brains and bodies arehard-wired to react very quickly, within milliseconds.
We can reduce or even eliminate the negative effects of our quick,hard-wired responses.
Our ability to mute ourhard-wired reactions by pausing is what differentiates us from animals.
Here's whathard science reveals about eye contact.
Scientists say the compound is likely to cause cancer but have nohard scientific proof on the basis of the precautionary principle.
1. It takes years ofhard work to compile a good dictionary.
2. George ishard to get along with.
3. Times arehard.
1. It's raininghard.
2. They triedhard to succeed.